Snow will continue mainly across northwest Iowa and adjacent areas this morning, gradually exiting eastward through the day. Although the snowfall should end by late afternoon, strong north winds will create blowing and drifting snow, which will make travel difficult through tonight. Read More >
WHAT IS WXCODER?
WXCODER is a system developed by the National Weather Service that enables Cooperative Weather Observers to send weather observations to the National Weather Service using a web-based form. If you would like more information on the Cooperative Observer program for the NWS Sioux Falls CWA, please e-mail Brad Adams (Observing Program Leader).
If you are already a Cooperative Observer, and are interested in using WXCODER to transmit your observations, please e-mail Brad Adams or call our 800 number and ask to speak to Brad Adams.
GO TO WXCODER to submit an observation
Helpful Hints for using WxCoder
If you need any other assistance in using WxCoder, call our 800 number, and ask to speak to Brad Adams. You can also contact him via email at Brad.Adams@noaa.gov.
|Questions, comments, or interest in the Cooperative Observer Program can be directed to Brad Adams, Observing Program Leader for the NWS Sioux Falls CWA.|